It didn't thaw in time. Tragic -- per Reuters:
. . . .Victor Willoughby was diagnosed with Ebola last week after he treated a man with organ-related problems. The patient, a senior banker, was later diagnosed with Ebola and has since died. . . .
The drug, ZMab, was transported in frozen form on a Brussels Airlines flight that arrived overnight. Before it could thaw, Willoughby's condition deteriorated, said chief medical officer Brima Kargbo. . . .
As concerned scientists, we should all take heed -- and be warned. Now, let's get those clinical trials cranking.